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Article I: Name and Purpose
B. Voting Membership: For one to become a voting member, one must meet the requirements outlined in Article IV.
C. Non-Undergraduate Membership: If a member meets all of the requirements outlined in Article IV but is not a matriculated undergraduate student, then they obtain all rights given to voting members except for the right to vote or serve as a coordinator or chair position. If they desire, they can petition for these rights and the coordinator board will appeal to the University.D. Coordinator Board: To be elected for a coordinator position, one must be a voting member and a matriculated student at the University of Delaware. To be elected for the position of President, one must be a current HTAC coordinator. In the condition that there are no nominations for a certain position on the board, any general members interested in running for the position may petition to the coordinator board for the eligibility to run. These conditions may be waived by the coordinator board in extenuating circumstances.
E. Alumni: Any person that is no longer a matriculated undergraduate student at the University of Delaware and was at one time a general member as defined by Article II, Section A is an alumnus.
Article III: VotingA. Primary Vote: Any vote which greatly alters the future of the company is a primary vote. Secret ballot will be used and the results counted by two impartial coordinators [as determined by the President]. Only voting members are allowed to participate and at least 10 must cast ballots. Simple majority determines the result. In the case that one option does not receive more than ½ of the vote, a run-off election between the two options that received the most votes will take place. This vote will be used for, but is not excluded to, voting on coordinator elections, show voting and voting on amendments.
At the end of the semester, two free tickets will be awarded. For both tickets, all voting member's names will be put into a raffle to win.
Article V: Executive Officers, Committees, and Officials
The Coordinator Board is the governing body of the company. The Coordinator Board oversees all HTAC productions. The Coordinator Board is responsible for attending all Coordinator meetings, weekly office hours, and move-in and strike.A. President: S/he shall call, open, run, and close all general meetings. S/he is charged with maintaining rule and order at all general meetings. S/he is the only non-voting member of the Coordinator Board in general voting. If there is a tie between the coordinators, then the President will be the tie-breaking vote.
I. Fundraising Coordinator: S/he is not a member of the Coordinator Board, but must keep the Coordinator Board updated periodically with any updates or events. S/he is responsible for purchasing any items to be sold at productions, as well as planning periodic fundraisers for the group.
J: Webmaster: S/he is not a member of the Coordinator Board, but must keep the Coordinator Board updated periodically with any updates. S/he is responsible for updating the website in a timely manner with relevant information about HTAC and its productions.K. Faculty Advisor: The Coordinator Board is responsible for nominating a person(s) for the position of Faculty Advisor. The general membership shall select only one via a Primary Vote. The Faculty Advisor shall act in accordance with the Faculty Advisor Handbook. The Faculty Advisor is responsible for attending the semi-formal and the formal.
Article VI: Coordinator Resignation
In the case that someone on the current board resigns before board elections, the President will overtake the duties of that board position until an election for said position is held. In the case that the President resigns, the Vice President will take the responsibilities until a new person is elected. Nominations for the position will take place the general meeting immediately after the person holding the position resigned. One week after nominations a person will be elected for the position and all duties will be given to the person elected. All coordinator resignations are final.Article VII: Disciplinary Code